Book and DVDs of The Dirty Dozen for that April 16 discussion are available at the front desk.
Archives for March 2015
Rockhounding Adventure in the Bighorn Basin area includes maps to the best places. Bring your rocks to share and for identification.
Both of his books will be for sale, and a book signing will follow the program.
We’d like to know what your reading preference is: print only, digital only, or both. Come in to the library and place your dot for your preference on the big piece of paper next to the circulation desk through March 24. Thanks for your participation!
Green for Print
Orange for Digital
Blue for Both
Food Hub workshop, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday, March 14. Explore the possibilities of greater access to locally grown food. Due to limited space, registration is requested. Here’s the link. The workshop is FREE! Learn about existing food hubs and how they function. Presenters will include:
- Dan Hobbs from the Colorado Farmers Union, Excelsior Food Hub, Pueblo, CO
- Scott Zimmerman, Triple Crown Commodities Cooperative , SE WY.
- Marian Van Den Elzen, Market Day Foods, Bozeman, MT
- Margie Adams, Rocky Fork Food Hub, Red Lodge, MT
The workshop is supported by grants from the Wyoming Department of Agriculture, the Wyoming Business Council, Lovell Inc. and UW Extension Office. Elijah Cobb photo of Scott Richard taken during ‘From Farm to Fork’ filming by Wyoming PBS. Find Shoshone River Farm on Facebook and Food Workshop at Library thanks to the Cody Enterprise.
This is the account of Richard and Mildred Loving, who were arrested in 1958 for violating Virginia’s ban on interracial marriage. Their struggle culminated in a landmark Supreme Court decision, Loving v. Virginia (1967) which overturned anti-miscegenation laws in the United States.
Tracey Owens Patton, PhD, a professor of African American and Diaspora Studies at the University of Wyoming will lead The Loving Story dialogue. Dr. Patton is the author of Gender, Whiteness, and Power in Rodeo: Breaking Away from the Ties of Sexism and Racism.
Created Equal is part of the Bridging Cultures initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities, produced in partnership with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.